Tattersall meaning

tăt'ər-sôl', -səl
A pattern of dark lines forming squares on a light background.
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Cloth woven or printed with this pattern.
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Having a pattern of dark lines forming squares on a light background.
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A checkered pattern of dark lines on a light background.
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Having such a pattern.
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A fabric pattern containing squares of dark lines on a light background.
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An English habitational surname originally from Tattershall in Lincolnshire.
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Origin of tattersall

  • After Tattersall's horse market, London, England after Richard Tattersall (1724–1795), British auctioneer
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition